Over the Summer, Dylan Larson, PWS, CEP, CLI, GTA, Principal at Miller Legg, spoke at:

Florida Educational Facilities and Planners Association (FEFPA) Conference in Naples.

Dylan Larson, PWS, CEP, CLI, GTA, Principal at Miller Legg, spoke at the Florida Educational Facilities and Planners’ Association (FEFPA) Annual Summer Conference held from July 12th – 15th at the Naples Grade Resort, Naples, Florida.  His topic was Developing an Integration & Management Plan for Natural Areas.  This conference is the premiere higher education conference in Florida with more than 400 attendees including architects, engineers and contractors, as well as educational facilities representatives.

Larson has been a speaker at annual conferences for the Florida Chamber Environmental Permitting Summer School, South Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (SFAEP) and the Florida Local Environmental Resources Agencies (FLERA). Topics have included Wetlands Jurisdictional Permitting, Effects of Climate Change on Natural Resources and Business, West Lake Park: A Successful Habitat Restoration and Carbon and Renewal Markets: Opportunities and Challenges.

Florida Chamber’s Environmental Permitting Summer School Summer Conference in Orlando

For the 14th year in a row, Dylan Larson, PWS, CEP, CLI, GTA, Principal at Miller Legg, spoke at the 30th Annual Florida Chamber’s Environmental Permitting Summer School Conference held from July  19th – 22nd at the Marriott World Center in Orlando, Florida.  He was a panelist on the Federal Wetland Jurisdiction program.  This conference is the premiere environmental conference in Florida with more than 500 attendees including developers, consultants, agencies, attorneys and governmental representatives.

Larson has been a speaker not only at the annual Florida Chamber Environmental Permitting Summer School Conference, but also at annual conferences for the Florida Educational Facilities Planners Association (FEFPA), South Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (SFAEP), and the Florida Local Environmental Resources Agencies (FLERA). Topics have included Developing an Integration & Management Plan for Natural Areas, Effects of Climate Change on Natural Resources, and Business, West Lake Park: A Successful Habitat Restoration and Carbon and Renewal Markets: Opportunities and Challenges.